The magazine ees International – The Electrical Energy Storage Magazine is the most important international online magazine for storing electrical energy, serving manufacturers, suppliers, project developers and distributers.
The online magazine addresses the increasingly rapid growing market of the future, energy storage, and provides an ever-growing target audience with international news, background stories and market information. Away from quarterly editions to daily coverage, ees International is responding to the growing needs of the market – business decision have to be smart and often have to be made quickly.
News and articles can be accessed at www.ees-magazine.com. Moreover, a biweekly digital newsletter including latest news and expert articles is distributed to more than 75,000 qualified industry contacts worldwide.
The magazine is thus an important supplement to electrical energy storage (ees), the leading trade fair for energy storage technology, as well as the worldwide Intersolar exhibitions and conferences in Europe, North and South America, China and India.
In addition the magazine provides information on topics and trends from related fields of industry, such as renewable energy, electric mobility, smart homes, distribution structure and energy policy. The markets targeted by the publication are primarily Europe, North and South America as well as Asia.
Quick Facts on ees International – The Electrical Energy Storage Magazine:
Magazine format: digital
Size: daily coverage, biweekly newsletter
Digital edition: 75,000 industry contacts
Area of distribution: worldwide, with focus on Europe, North and South America, China, India
ees International – The Electrical Energy Storage Magazine is divided thematically into the lead categories industry announcements and news (News), current market trends and regional news (Markets), technology, innovations, state of research (Technology), practical applications for consumers and smart homes (Applications), topics related to the global production of batteries and components, the respective production sites and manufacturing companies (Production).